2018 Tourism Events at Fulton Windmill Cultural Center
Events are sponsored by de Immigrant Volunteer Millers with a grant from D.S. Flikkema Foundation, unless otherwise noted. All events are held at the Windmill Cultural Center at 111-10th Avenue in Fulton, IL.
The Windmill Cultural Center is located across the street from Fulton’s de Immigrant Dutch windmill at the corner of 10th Avenue and 1st Street on the historic Lincoln Highway.
Thurs, January 25 @ 6:00pm Fulton High Speech Team Revue director, Allison Phillips
Thurs, February 22 @ 6:00pm “Preparing For the Future by Touching the Past” speaker, Dan Lybarger
Native American (Cherokee and Ojibwe) Galesburg, IL
flute music, drum songs, story-telling; plus, historical information
Mon, March 5 @ 6:00pm “The Dillon House” Sterling , IL speaker, Erin Thompson
Tues, April 17 @ 6:00pm “Midwest Prairie Grasslands” speaker, Ryan Welch , Clinton Com. College
Mon, May 14 @ 6:00pm “Life and Legend of Spencer Tracy” speaker, Ed Finch Freeport, IL
Mon, June 18 @ 6:00pm “The Farmer is the Man, Songs of the Farm” musician, Chris Vallillo
Illinois Arts Council Agency Macomb, IL
Mon, July 2 @ 6:00pm “Bridging the Mississippi River in Iowa” speaker, Dr Curt Roseman, Quad-Cities
Tues, August 7 @ 6:00pm “A Fascinating Frontier Experience: Illinois Poet John Hancock”
Speaker, John Hallwas , IL Humanities Roads Scholar Macomb, IL
Mon, September 17 @ 6:00pm Jazz Trio Blackhawk College
Mon, October 8 @ 6:00pm “ Reagan: Dixon’s Lifeguard” speaker, Jerry Schnake
Tues, November 6 @ 6:00pm “US-German Relations (Cultural and Political) “
Speaker, Herbert Quelle, German consultant, Chicago, IL
December Fulton Christmas Walk TBA
Events are subject to change. For more information call 815-589-3925 or visit Windmill Cultural Center Facebook page. The Windmill Cultural Center is accessible to persons with disabilities.
Events are FREE and open to the public.